Will the grocery store pay for my medical bills?

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Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

Not necessarily. Just because you are injured on someone else’s premises does not mean that they are automatically liable. Some businesses do carry medical payments coverage, which provides limited coverage for the payment of medical bills without regard to fault; however, most businesses do not carry such insurance coverage. In those cases, you will have to rely upon your own health insurance coverage or pay such expenses out of your pocket. If it is ultimately determined that the store was at fault, then it will be responsible to reimburse you for your medical expenses.


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